Nintendo RGB Bypass Amp

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£13.00 price includes VAT
£10.83 price excluding VAT

Professionally made RGB amplifier for RGB capable Nintendo 64 consoles and Nintendo Super Famicom Junior/SNES Mini consoles. For full fitting instructions, please see this page (SNES Mini/SFC Junior) or this page (N64). Our latest batch features a slightly thinner PCB which allows for an even easier fitting and should prevent the rare issue where the N64s circuit board shield can contact the RGB amp and cause a short.

Please note these parts are intricate and require soldering skills to fit. We cannot provide technical support with fitting, if you require a professional fitting service see our console mods section.

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 3 reviews
Great price for a great mod

I had bought a pre-RGB-modded N64, with the idea of that I wouldn't have to do it. Turned out the RGB mod was total mess with wires all over the place. I desolded all of that rubbish, and correctly installed this great little circuit. Worked first time! I'm very happy now, and can play on my LCD screen! (Yes, yes, people like CRT better, but I just don't have the room)

Glad you liked the mod! Pop yourself on the OSSC waiting list ( if you like playing your retro consoles on your modern TV 🙂

Installed one of these this morning, worked first time.

RGB picture is far superior to composite output, works great over cheap, unsheilded RGB cable and 3metre extension running through the wall.

Very happy


I have two of these little beauties, one in my SNES Mini and one in my N64. The THS7314 is pretty much the best video amp available these days, the colours are very vibrant and razor sharp, and it was very easy to install, too. Extremely happy.

If your country is not listed as a shipping destination please contact me, I may be able to sort something out for you!

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  1. TNT says:

    When are you likely to be getting these back in stock?

    • BuckoA51 says:

      Not for a while, the old model is discontinued and we’re working towards a new model but Chinese new year is holding up the delivery of some components.

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